"In the case of Putin, economic losses only matter if he himself cares about such losses," Paul Poast argues.
China will need to promote domestic consumption to reach its potential GDP growth in 2023, argues Yang Yao.
Citizens and policymakers alike embrace industrial policy as great power competition intensifies.
By tying itself to China, Germany risks making its mistakes with Russia all over again, argues Senior Nonresident Fellow John Austin.
Ravi Agrawal and Giles Whittell join Ivo Daalder to discuss the week's top news stories.
“Made in Democracy” is a better label than “Made in America” if the goal is to strengthen our collective Western economies as well as our political alliances.
"Regulation of the industry could be coming, which could signal its death knell," Paul Poast argues.
How are soaring costs affecting lives and testing political support for sanctions on Russia?
"Europeans are right to feel uneasy about the direction of US trade and foreign economic policy," warns Council President Ivo Daalder.
"Increasingly people's perceptions of the state of the economy are a function of their partisanship," says Nonresident Senior Fellow Diana Mutz.